Honeymoon Inn Manali
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... arrived here all bendy yoga poses and beaded up from temples in Rishikesh, wearing floaty cotton clothes, and now were getting toasty around a fire, dipping biscuits in tea, wearing new woollen socks and local jumble sale jumpers! India is certainly one enormously diverse and contrasting sub-continent, and we’ve seen such a small slice of yet, yet absorbed so much in such a short amount of time, long may it continue!
We did however spend a day touring around on 2 ...
... 42c for them) and I am on the mend. We rounded out the week with our day off, mainly taking it easy, but we couldn't resist attending the MISS HIMALAYA PAGEANT 2014! This actually turned out to be pretty fun. There were only 5 entrants in the end, 2 Bhutanese students and 3 Indian Hichemal Pradeshians, no Tibetans this year. The enthusiastic host had watched too many American Pageants we think, the crowd were certainly not going with her in terms of ...
... bit of shopping, with so many beautiful jewellery shops selling amazing silver and gem stone pieces. We had a traditional Tibetan massage which was just awesome! Overall we had such a lovely time, I would really like to come back and spend a bit more time in Mcleodganj, maybe stay for a few weeks and do a meditation retreat or yoga course. For anyone keen on taking a time out and wanting to learn about any of the things above, Mcleodganj should be at the top of your ...
... Western travellers here , its nice and quiet.
From Old Manali back to our Hotel its about 10 minutes walk across the foot bridge. We had left the heater on so the room was lovely and cosy.
We decided to go back to Johnson’s café for dinner as they are famous for their Trout, we haven’t had fish since leaving England. We were not disappointed, the meal was delicious , trout, veg, mashed potato and garlic bread. Plus they had their ...
... were almost completely bald; Tim further pointed out that it wasn’t even a 4-wheel drive. So, a 2-wheel drive truck with bald tyres was going to haul us and our bikes through mud and snow up to 13,051 feet and over the Rohtang Pass? Awesome. Maybe it wasn’t too late to find God after all.
We jammed our gear and packs between the bikes and, with handshakes all round, squished into the cab. I was sandwiched in the middle ...